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" and in the history books. >>> and training day, nerdland style. but first, yes, virginia, there is an election. >>> good morning. i'm melissa harris-perry. if i asked you what day is november 5th and you answered, duh, melissa, it's tuesday, instead of, enthusiastically offering the alternate correct answer, it's election day in america! well, you're in good company. because it's election day 2013, an odd number, which makes this an off year election. and well, to be honest, we tend not to get too excited about off year elections if voter turnout is any indication. in fact, it's not uncommon for voter turnout percentages in some off year state and local elections to be in the single digits. and that's among people who live in the jurisdictions that will be directly impacted by the outcomes of those elections. given the level of disinterest among people who actually have to live with the consequences of off year elections, finding a reason to care about the electoral politics of a state where you don't live is probably asking a lot. but here's why you might want to start paying attention. becau
saturday morning in november, we are feeling the excitement. we are counting down to election day 2013. polls will be opening less than 72 hours from right now. we are also learning a whole lot more of what happened behind the scenes during the last presidential election. new juicy details on the campaign change in the campaign. one potential contender is in hot water this week for plagerism. what exactly did rand paul say? where was it said before? most importantly, will there be long-term fallout for rand paul going forward? today on up against the clock, very exciting, we inaugurate the legends division. our first congressional slate of contestants. stick around for that. first, this weekend marked one full month since the launch of the obama care website october 1st. >> that rollout we can safely say has been an absolute disaster for the obama administration both in terms of image and impact, all for the very simple reason the website has not worked. the driving principle behind the site is to acquaint uninsured americans with the various health insurance plans available to them to
been going for democrats and presidential elections. and i think we're going to have success on tuesday if we do what we know how to do, turn out voters. the president coming to arlington for the ticket today will really help with voter turnout. we feel good with what we see. i think the election, if it works out the way i suspect it will, it is going to be a repudiation of the sort of no compromise tea party strand of the republican party. there is republicans who aren't in that mode, but in virginia, and in many places now, it is the no compromise tea party wing that is taking control. and i think that brand of government, which virginians saw and experienced with the shutdown is going to get rejected on tuesday. and then with that, back to the rule reforms, look, i'm not an expert on the senate rules and they're complicated. with would we do a complete elimination of the filibuster? probably not. the filibuster has had a venerable part of the tradition of the senate. but the problem is the filibuster was reserved originally for only the most extreme issues when people would take the
to egypt today. detroit and new york electing mayors. voters in new jersey and new york will be electing a new governor. morning and we are going to begin with a new gallup poll, asking you about the state of your life and your thoughts about the country in general. to you feel more optimistic about where you are going? do you have the opportunities to get ahead? we are asking the yes and -- asking a yes and no question. the number is -- you can also send us an e-mail, send us a tweet, or join us on facebook.com. this is what the question looks like on our twitter page. do you think there is an opportunity to get ahead in america i? , ifd on the new gallup poll you want to check it out it is online at gallup.com. opportunitynty of to get ahead here in america. the survey was released over the last couple of days. while the u.s. has historically prided itself on an open ended mobility, celebrating rags to riches stories, rising income inequality and a normally -- and abnormally high unemployment rate can call the question just how accurate this cherished belief is. politicians have focuse
're supposed to be quiet. and he said, i was not elected to be quiet. i'm not going to be quiet. >> was that john mccain that said that? >> i refuse to answer on the grounds that it might incriminate me. >> of course raphael cruz, sr. saves his harshest language for the president of the united states. >> we have our work cut out for us. we need to send barack obama back to chicago. i would like to send him back to kenya. [ applause ] >> that was at a north texas tea party event about two months before mitt romney lost the presidential election and of course it was long after president obama had produced his birth certificate showing that unlike either raphael cruz, sr., or junior, he was actually born in the united states. joining me now are msnbc political analyst steve schmidt, senior adviser on the mccain '08 campaign and joy reid, nbc contributor. this latest video about him wanting to send president obama as he puts it back to kenya was pulled out today. it's been around. they highlighted it. and then the senator put out a statement saying he doesn't -- his father doesn't s
allies? all that, and our election preview from new jersey, to virginia, to colorado, a look at what's on the ballot this tuesday. >> i am as frustrated and angry as anyone with the flawed launch of healthcare.gov. so let me say directly to americans, you deserve better. i apologize. >> welcome to "the journal editorial report" i'm paul gigot. an apology from health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius who acknowledged before congress this week that the rollout of president obama's affordable care actdebacle. but despite the website woes and growing outrage over millions of dropped policies, president obama says it's full steam ahead. >> yes, this is hard. the health care system is a big system. and it's complicated. and if it was hard doing it just in one state, it's harder to do in all 50 states. we are just going to keep on working at it. we're going to grind it out. >> joining the panel this week, "wall street journal" assistant editorial page editor frams freeman. editorial board member joe rago and senior economics writer. what do we learn from kathleen sebelius' appe
the 2012 election set the disaster two years before the site launched. "washington post" reports the white house slowed down important regulations that had been drafted months earlier, to wait until just months after president obama's election. medicare's top risk analyst, it was the president's most significant domestic policy achievement and the very aides that pushed the law through congress were risking bad implementation for a short-term political gain. regarding the president's infamous promise if you like it, you can keep it, some white house policy advisers objected to the breadth of keep your plan, they were overruled. in recent days, current aides have downplayed or dismissed the damage of those words. >> the vast majority of americans that statement will hold true. for this small group of americans it hasn't. the calamitous thing here the website wasn't up. many of those people who have to transition will get better insurance for less money but they can't tell now. >> any debate regarding the president's statement ever took place. >> i don't recall significant discussions around
iraq to pass an election law so people can discuss the differences politically instead of resorting to violence. he met with iraqi prime minister al maliki today add the white house and talked about the challenges ahead. >> unfortunately, al qaeda has still been active and has grown more active recently. so we have a lot of discussion about how we can work together to push back against that terrorist organization that operates not only in iraq but also poses a threat to the entire region and to the united states. >> still ahead, democrats jumping ship from obama care. >>> first, behind the scenes intrigue about hillary clinton and the 2012 campaign. it's what you love about her. but your erectile dysfunction - that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms obph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications, and ask
are set to shape up the political word. new details from "double down." the details from the 2012 election are leaking to the press. remember the rumors the obama administration was thinking of booting vice president biden off the ticket for hillary clinton. >> that's crazy news chatter. >> joe, you heard from insiders about this. everybody poo-pooed you. >> said it early on. people were talking about it in '11. i heard from insiders. we talked about it on this show. everybody laughed. >> well, it turns out, when you say it, yeah. it turns out -- it turns out, oba obama's chief of staff at the time, was actively pushing the idea. his quote, i was vocal about looking into a bunch of things. this was one of them. you have to remember, at that point, the president was in awful shape. so, we were like holy christ, what do we do. fortunately for vice president biden, research suggested the move wasn't going to help the president's chances. i wonder why? >> hillary clinton's approval rating is down to 46% right now, i saw. hillary clinton -- >> this is interesting. >> i have great admiration for
to egypt since the military coup over threw the democratically elected government in july. since then the military-backed government has killed hundreds of supporters of the former president mohamed morsi and arrested thousands more, mainly from the muslim brotherhood party. the white house will actually -- has cut a large part of the u.s. aid to egypt both financial and military aid to the country. and some of the secular groups that have backed the military coup have actually turned against the new government in cairo saying they have gone too far and aren't doing enough to restore democracy to egypt. kerry struck an upbeat tone today and says he is seeing signs that the military is willing to restore democracy, though there is a growing fear that the military commander, general al-sisi could run and could be ushering in a military of strong men. it was mubarak, the man who ruled for three decades, was ousted and there is fear that sisi may replace him. >> thank you. eric? >> they say he murdered his wife to carry on his love affair with his mistress, but is there enough eviden
an election. >> we had the president to his credit almost seven weeks out saying are we ready? to be told by the pros, yeah, this looks like it's all ready to go and neither he or i are technology geeks. >> the president to his credit asked about it seven weeks before? he's been promising it for three years. did you need someone to play the buffoon? mr. president, five years ago when you were elected they couldn't tear your blackberry away from you and now the vice president is telling us and they want me to believe that you don't understand websites? and what makes me crazy is that every tom, dick and harry has a website. i can go on amazon right now to buy a mop, my book "clever fox" or even a pair of red high heels to click you should a table and not to digress but the prosecutor in me wants to know why a contractor, the most important program, the crown jewel in your administration, is awarded to one of the first lady's dear friends, essentially a no-bid contract. for a defective product. so simple sebelius stays on. what makes you think she can get it right now? especially when she's
at elections next year. they are concerned about it. they are concerned about the success of this program depends on how many people, young people who are not in ill health enrolls. to the extent this website are masking other issues like sticker shock, to some extent the administration should be happy that people are focusing on the website. >> isn't that the story, we don't know the markets may adjust six months from now. but that really is a bigger challenge than a website launch, right? >> i think people feel they are out of pocket for this new reform that was promoted to them they will be unhappy and angry. whether the benefits that ordinary folks feel in terms of having protection, being able to change jobs without worrying so much, whether those out weigh sticker shock problems we'll have to say. you worry sometimes that the country wasn't ready politically or technologically for the breadth of what the administration tried to do. >> coming up on "morning joe," former vice president dick cheney will be here on the set plus politico strategist david axelrod, senator tom coburn and d
the lives of women and we will continue to fight implementing the laws passed by the dewey e -- duly elected value officials of our state. terry, should we mention -- also mention that this provision banning abortion at 20 weeks was not part of this lawsuit. so explain as we dissect here how much of a victory is this in the ruling? >> it's a very, very small victory and it is a first step in trying to gain back women's access to health care. texas is a classic example, but this is going on all over the country. what texas did was to pass a whole sort of array of attacks on women's access to reproductive health care services. i think it's really important to understand, they keep talking about how they want to stop abortion. but what they do is shut down clinics that provide birth control and breast exams and std screenings and hiv screenings and cervical cancer screenings. so the whole array of reproductive health care services is being shut down by states like texas where the legislators are not following the will of the women who live in texas. by the way, these provisions are only aimed a
we focused on more what the situation calls for the 24 hour news cycles whatever the election require me to do in order though get ahead to focus on sustainability but investing in the future. so i want to thank all of you for being part of that regeneration. i want to thank all of you for your commitment to the great cause of this state so we can move past the stale debate about solvency as incredibly important as it is but focusing on greatness. that's cancels fate and that will be our future so this the significant part of it. let me close by picking up on what brian said. i saw this great documentsy about the building of santa maria are a in italy. it was built in the 15 century about 50 years before columbus set sail. it was a testament not have their proud past there was nothing - it was something new to behold. the architect at that time was renowned brunn less phillip to. he was asked over and over again about his greatness and genus by he said what malcolm was saying he said it was not my genus but the genius of underscore incidence railroad the most important people are ail
on sunday for the election of that state policy next governor. -- that state's next governor. jesse is up next on the lines. caller: i think they should keep spying. average americans don't know how safe they are because of spying. on theme not spying they are definitely spying on us. the average american does not know how safe they are? caller: exactly. host: next from texas, a republican caller. what are your thoughts he e -- thought seattle caller: -- thoughts? caller: i don't have anything with spying. it should be else with the agency in congress about what they can and can't do. my main concern is because of the move toward more socialism and more control over people in and openmaintain roads bigger agendas, all of that information is going to be used at later times. buildings are being built to house an incredible amount of information. down the road, it is inconceivable this kind of thing that could be done. how many actual terror attacks are espionage. good information has been received as a result of this particular act. insidious kindn of encroachment. i don't want to sound lik
is election day, but today marks one year until the midterm elections. we're going to tell you what to expect from tomorrow's races and who's on the hot seat in 2013. >>> haley barbour will join us to talk politics, health care and a lot more. it is monday, november 4th, 2013, and the third hour of "squawk box" begins right now. >>> welcome back to "squawk box." here on cnbc, first in business worldwide, i'm joe kernan. our guest host this morning jim bullard, many from president bullard -- sounds pretty good. doesn't it? >> thank you, man. >> yeah, you're welcome. first, though, becky has your morning headlines. >> s.a.c. capital is expected to complete its deal with government prosecutors today. the firm will settle charges with the guilty plea to securities fraud and a $1.8 billion fee if you include the $616 million they've already paid to the sec. as part of the plea, s.a.c. will lose the investment adviser administration with the sec. kate kelly has been following the story and will join us later in the hour. >> unbelievable story. it's the end of a soap opera and maybe a continuing soa
is just about 6:04. tomorrow local elections will be held and in one city a controversial gun control proposal is on the ballot. janine de la vega is live. >> reporter: good morning, dave. this proposal is called measure c. and it tightens gun control. now its a controversial issue so that is why the city council voted to put it on the ballot. here's what measure c does. it would require a gun owner to tell police within 48 hours if their firearm is lost or stolen. 9:requires gun owners to -- it requires gun openers to lock up their guns. it also prohibits the possession of ammunition magazines that have more than ten rounds. a local gun store u.s. firearms is against the measure. it will not stop shootings and instead it will generate lawsuits against the city. here's what one resident had to say about all of this. >> i would agree with that. but i still feel safer. i think if you know if they are locked up. just from that perspective. and i think the city makes -- >> reporter: the national rifle association is threatening to sue if measure c passes saying it it infringes on a gun ow
'll see you right back here tomorrow. lou: for millions of americans tonight is election eve, as such goes, tomorrow's elections are being styled as a referendum on obamacare. and administration that has been dishonest with americans, the biggest problem for the president, is that millions of americans are learning first hand. dimensions of that dishonesty, i am lou dobbs. >> good evening we're just hours away tonight from polls opening across the country. residents of some of the nation's big of cities are set to choose their
in a way they previously haven't been. he's not burdened by a presidential election coming up in 2014, because there is no presidential election in 2014. there's some reason to believe he has a little more room to wiggle. listen, the best outcome out of thissituation, a lot of people think, is to develop a number to fund the government through 2014 and maybe shift some money around so sequestration doesn't hit as hard. obviously there's another round of sequestration coming in january. if they can mess with that and get it into better shape so it doesn't hit as deeply at $967 billion it's going to cut pretty deep into the government, that would be a success. we're not talking about social security reform or medicare reform or medicaid reform even tax reform. those things are not going to happen for the reasons we just described. getting a number to fund through 2014 and avoiding kind of the harsh realities of sequestration would be good goals according to republicans and even some democrats. >> you know, ryan, i kind of think getting rid of sequestration, even if it means no revenue,
to kennedy to cover up theft through fraud of the 1948 senate election and to cover up his financial wheeling dealings with billy solastas. murder was in his repertoire. he had a hit man named malcolm wallace. his finger prints were found on the sniper -- >> on the records. >> the dallas police find a finger print from malcolm wallace, a johnson retainer on the card booed box in the sniper's nest in the repository. wallace is the shooter. >> what about lee harvey oswald? >> when he says i'm a patsy. >> in your book you talk about how l.b.j. pretty much ran that state and town? >> he had control of the dallas police department, he had control of the dallas county sherrif's office. he had control of the dallas county prosecutor. this is why robert kennedy sent a message to the russians after his brother's murder saying dallas was the perfect place for the crime. >> there have been so many theories out there. it was the russians. it was the c.i.a. it was the mob. it was everybody and their brother. did jackie ever suspect the vice president? >> i think she did. i found a letter she wrote when sh
hours from 5:00 a.m. to midnight. >>> the upcoming november 6th november 6th election in san francisco could break a record for low voter turn out. the ballot will feature the 8 washington street proposal which would bring luxury condos to san francisco owe water front. it's the first referendum on the ballot in 20 years, and has attracted the most strident opinions on both sides. even though so, this is an add year election and many candidates on the ballot are running unopposed. next week, antioch residents will vote on a half cent sales tax hike to beef you have the police department. it's expected to raise $4.3 million annually. it would add 20 new police officers and at least double the current staff of 3 city code enforcement workers. the tax would automatically expire after 7 years. city leaders say it would pull the county out of its current financial crisis. >>> time is 7:40. oakland's emergency training event, it's ending this morning. for 48 straight hours, about 56,000 police, fire and medical personnel have been taking part in the event. they came from all around to practi
the people elected me to do. and that's take taxpayers' money and run a great government. >> the city police chief says there is nothing in the video that would prompt criminal charges, but added he was, quote, disappointed. >>> yesterday as the news broke, ford confronted media camped out at his home as he left for work angrily asking them to get off his property and physically pushing them out of his way. not his first run in with reporters. earlier this summer, he ran directly into a camera at another event. let's stretch it out until -- oh, that's not good. >>> no need to flip through sky mall any are more. the federal aviation administration changing its rules on the use of electron he can devices on airplanes. now airlines will allow flyers to use ereaders and tablets during taxi takeoff and landing. previously they were only allowed at cruising altitudes. still banned, using the internet at less than 10,000 feet and making voice calls of any kind. what's not clear is why those rules will remain. >>> flight attendant's role is to advise them in terms of the rules. we want them to be in
a big election next week. we all need to give him our support. [scattered applause] - oh, thank you. thank you very much. oh, thanks, everybody. - 'cause it's really cool. usa! usa! - usa. u-- i have to say, i'm impressed with kevin. uh, he showed a lot of self-control. - i totally forgot about the affair for a minute. [laughs] oscar is having sex with the senator, and angela doesn't even know. [laughs] her life is a complete sham. [laughs] - all right, guys. cast us off. walt, all aboard. erin, this is because of you. do you realize that? you're the best ever. - oh, you know, just being a good girlfriend. - "good"? come on. above and beyond. world's greatest. you did this. damn it, i'm happy! - yes, i am very pleased i could help andy. would i have gone with him if he'd asked me? on his sailboat cruise to the caribbean? yes, i think that would have been really fun and romantic. - i'll see you in three weeks! - okay! - hey, bro, it was here all along. - no way! - way! erin, i gotta go! them's my chords! - [playing more than words by extreme] [monotone] she says, "switch to progressi
to be false. passengers were allowed to turn about two hours later. >>> 8:06. tomorrow, local elections will be held and in one south bay city, a controversial gun control proposal is on the ballot. janine de la vega joining us live in sunnyvale to tell us more about the measure and what people are saying. good morning, janine. >> reporter: good morning, dave. people definitely have their strong opinions we're here in a neighborhood where people have said there's been numerous break-ins. those who are against measure c say it can make their neighborhood a target. measure c would require a gun owner to tell police within 48 hours if their firearm is lost or stolen. it also requires gun owners to have their guns disabled with a safety device or in a lock box if their firearms are not in their immediate possession. the measure prohibits ammunition magazines that can hold more than ten rounds and requires those that sell ammunition to log and track sales. >> sunnyvale is a -- we feel it's a very safe safety. we had a suicide and we feel that if the gun had been locked up or -- or if there w
it's a lack of interest. is that the same guy that campaigned and knew every nuance of his election, that came out of nowhere to beat hillary clinton and destroy john mccain and trounce mitt romney? if that attitude was his attitude during election and eelection, he never would have won. >> when does ignorance become gross negligence when it comes to leading our nation? a lot of people are asking at this point. >> i know jay carney and he said he learned from the news accounts and saw it on tv and stuff like that. i don't necessarily believe it. there's plausible detphaoeublt. the -- deniability. the president didn't know about it. maybe he didn't know about fast and furious, didn't know about extra security in benghazi. but how can you not know you're bugging world leaders? >> isn't that what the n.s.a. is supposed to do. i hear this sort of i don't know when i ask my boys, who put yogurt in mommy's shoe? i don't know. >> when you get caught, that's what you say. what do you think? do you think he really didn't know about those things? or is this just their way with dealing with th
't mechanically sustain this and we have mid- term election with voters that are hopping mad about a program that is costing them their health insurance. >> stephen moore, i imagine you will write about it this weekend. >> happy halloween. >>> meanwhile top white house officials dispatched to capitol hill to do damage control. white house chief of staff dennis mcdonagh and marlin ta venner having lunch. to over see the web fixes and ta venner was on the hot seat. >> coming back next week. 150,000 in oregon will lose health insurance by this year. they have until december 15th to choose a new plan. that state has glitches as the federal site we are told and those people can't find out the options for them. oregon has not enrolled a single person so far. we want to know if you are concerned at home about your insurance changing? tweet us yes or no. all we need is one answer there. >>> people are saying more on my twitter feed. i am hearing from both sides of the aisle. strong feelings about bum pumcare. >> we'll bring it on. >>> in the meanwhile time a huge halloween storm is on the move. wher
. >>> tomorrow local elections will be held and in one city a gun control proposal that is sparking controversy is on the ballot. janine de la vega is joining us live. she is in sunnyvale now. what is it all about janine? >> reporter: its called measure c and tightens gun control in the city. opponents say sunnyvale already has a low crime rate and the ordnance isn't needed. but supporters say that this measure is all about trying to prevent another mass shooting, injuries, and accidental death. measure c would require a gun owner to report to police more than 48 hours if their firearm is lost or stolen. it would require those that sell ammunition to log and track sales. the push is being led by the mayor saying he wants to minimize risk to families from stolen, improperly secured, or incapacitated weapons being in the wrong hands. opponents say it will not stop shootings instead it would generate lawsuits. we reached out to both the mayor and the gun store this morning to talk about the issue and we're still waiting to hear back from both of them. reporting live janine de la vega ktvu channel
is election day. they continue to hang onto the coattails of their more famous endorsers. here's an update. >> reporter: hoping for a last-minute surge in a low turnout race, ken cuccinelli brought along starpower to culpepp culpepp culpepper. marco rubio is a referendum on president obama and the affordable care act. >> the president running for governor on the democratic side, not only supports obama care, he actually thinks it doesn't go far enough in the direction of government control. >> fight back against the president and obama care and tear him apart and do it with our votes tomorrow right here in virginia. tomorrow is our day, folks. tomorrow is our day! >> reporter: the latest quinnipiac poll shows terry mcauliffe leading by six points. it has robert sarvis with 8%, much from conservative voters who might otherwise vote for cuccinelli. cuccinelli campaigns alongside ron paul. among male voters, cuccinelli leads. surveys suggest his supporters are more energized than mcauliffes. but the democrat has a big lead with women. vice president joe biden hit the trail with him this morni
election, you're in the house, 80-20 votes. and you have a very strong set of positions as you have people in your district. if you're interested in staying in the congress, you don't care what the president of the united states says or anybody else for that matter. >> rose: too big to fail. does it continue to exist and should it exist. >> it continues to exist. it's getting worse, and it's a danger to the system. the reason it is a danger is basically an issue which is a little complex but i hopefully describe it in there. it's how savings move into investing. the only way that you got a growing standard of living is that the scarce savings of a society are channeled through the financial system into real capital investment which builds up the capital stock and that's the base of where our standard of living comes from. we have a limited amount of savings, to the extent that there are firms which are too big to fail. and, there's another qualification here that they are inefficient. they are absorbing the savings that would ordinarily go into high tech industries and enhance the standar
oracle ceo larry ellison's pay. they are teaming together to wage a campaign opposing re-election of some of the company's directors at today's annual meeting. the fury is growing. it is about whether ellison is making too much money at shareholders expense. larry ellison always attract ad little too much attention to himself everything he is doing, whether enormous yachts or enormous pay day. is it finally catching up to him, spencer, what do you think? >> not his behavior, when he is making money, fine, the stock is only up a couple of percent this year, not doing so great. for years there have been cop plains about him being highest paid ceo, most years being highest paid ceo. he get as salary of one dollar like a lot of guys. melissa: if you look at total compensation, compare it to other big ceos in the same industry, larry ellison, 94.6 million. and that is his salary but that is also,. must are options, paul otellini, john chambers, tim cook, steve ballmer, tiny fraction. nothing is even close to what larry ellison --, brian, why is he getting that much money again? >> hard to argu
, as an elected insurance commissioner, as head of the national association of insurance commissioners, and as a two-term governor and now as a hhs secretary, i have worked on that effort that i care deeply about. there's still millions of americans who are uninsured as well as underinsured. people who have some coverage at some price for some illness but have no real protection from financial ruin and no real confidence they will be able to take care of themselves or families if they have an accident or illness. for them a new day has finally come. in these early weeks, access to healthcare.gov has been a miserably frustrating experience for way too many americans including many who have waited years and in some cases their entire lives for the security of health insurance. i am as frustrated and angry as anyone with the flawed launch of health care got governor. so let me -- healthcare.gov. let me say directly to these americans. you deserve better. i apologize. i'm accountable to you for fixing these problems. i'm committed to earning your confidence back by fixing the site. we're w
with the syrian change with the election of their president. they had meetings a week ago yesterday in geneva for an early presentation. it appears as if the reins have been somewhat more forthcoming in what they have put on the table and even more forthcoming in their willingness to discuss areas of problems and uncertainties. we have been warned by our russian colleagues not to expect magical happenings in a very short period of time. i think that is probably wise. i think it is also unwise to ignore the fact that we're on the cusp of change. that will require from the p-5 plus one who were negotiating with iran and the united states some willingness to face up to the tough challenges, that compromises have to be made on their side as well. if in fact a deal can go ahead with a freeze or cutoff of enrichment is, in my view, highly problematic and i think highly unlikely. nevertheless, there are still divided opinions in the p-5 plus over that. even more, our country there have to segue from using pressure to achieve an objective. hopefully was to get negotiations going, to using sanctions a
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